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The place of healthcare in the national economy

Due to the division of industries into branches of material and intangible production, health care falls mainly in the social sphere. This is due to the fact that, on the one hand, the industry satisfies people's needs for personal, family, and public health, and on the other, the product of the industry is presented mainly in the form of services, which is characteristic of social sectors.

The attribution of health care to the service sector, which also includes culture, education, social security, housing and communal services, and public services for the population, in a certain way characterizes the health care sector in relation to other sectors whose products are also services. The concept of "scope

services ”is more defined in comparison with the concept of“ social (socio-cultural) sphere ”. In this sense, characterizing the industry sector of healthcare, it is advisable to define it as a sector of the national economy that is part of a group of services.

In addition to institutions that produce services, it is customary in the health care system to single out a medical-production complex that is directly related to the material and material production of products. This complex includes:

• specialized production of pharmaceutical substances and finished medicines;

• production of medical equipment;

• production of medical devices (prosthetics, patient care products, etc.);

• sanitization and cleaning of territories and premises;

• providing material conditions for the activities of medical organizations (engineering services, specialized construction).

The economy of these types of medical production activities is similar to the economy of material production.
The specificity of the medical-production complex is manifested in its developed production relations with enterprises of mechanical engineering, instrument-making, chemical, light, food industry, agriculture and transport.

As of 2000, the structure of production by basic enterprises of the medical production complex was characterized by the following relationships:

• production of medicines - 77.5%;

• production of medical equipment and medical devices-22.5%.

The total production volume of the complex in monetary terms amounted to 0.5% of the total industrial production in Russia.
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The place of healthcare in the national economy

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